The ministry of education through the CS Prof. George Magoha has been quite adamant and strong on the matter of CBC implementatio in the country. Despite the wide outcry from various corners of the country that the program is not fit, poorly structure and not well organized, Magoha holds to it that the implementation has to go to the final stage.
Before he was made cabinet secretary for Education, his predecessor, Amina Mohammed had announced to Kenyans that the government was not fully prepared to implement the new curriculum. However when Magoha came in, he changed the narrative and forced the syllabus on CBC to go on.
However, parents have raised claims that the curriculum is sucking them financially since lots of cash goes to purchase unplanned items which are required at school. On other claims, teachers are giving learners tough assignments and parents are expected to help them. Some of the assignment are complex even for the parents to comprehend.
In yet other shocking revelations, the teachers who are the implimentors of the program have raised claims that they do not understand anything about it. Now, how can they impliment something they know little about?
Responding to those cries and concerns, ODM leader, Hon. Raila Odinga has called upon the government to review the curriculum
With his strong influence to the government and attributing to the part he plays due to the handshake, his call will be looked at by the government and that can mean the end to CBC implementation. That may force Magoha to look for the alternative rather than forcing Kenyans of the curriculum.
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